5 edition of Palestine and international law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Henry Cattan ; with a foreword to the first edition by W. T. Mallison, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||JX4084.I8 C38 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 362 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||75042335|
John Quigley brings a necessary international law perspective to bear on the seemingly intractable Israeli-Palestinian conflict in this updated edition of his important book. Since , the cycle of bloodshed and retribution has spiraled increasingly out of control. This book deals with the possible investigation and prosecution by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of crimes allegedly committed in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In light of the Rome Statute and the Practice of the Office of the Prosecutor of the Court, among others, it examines the route, possible outcomes, and challenges that may.
The Security Council responded by stating that the law violated international law and it was null and void. In , Israel and Jordan signed a peace treaty, fixing the boundary between the two states, with reference to the boundary definition in the original Mandate and without prejudice to the status of any of the territories that came under Author: Ran Chakrabarti. The Palestine Problem in International Law and World Order, by W. Thomas Mallison and Sally V. Mallison. Essex, UK: Longman, principles of international law. The foundation for the book's analysis is a Israeli-Palestinian division of Palestine with a separate international status for the city of Jerusalem.
Organization. He is the author of Palestine, Palestinians and International Law (Clarity Press, Atlanta, ), an Arabic language version of which was published by Sharouk International in ANTONIO CASSESEis a Professor of International Law at the University of Florence, Italy, previously Professor of International Law at the. This book deals with the possible investigation and prosecution through the International Criminal Court (ICC) of crimes allegedly committed in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and examines the possible outcomes and challenges that may arise if the Palestine Brand: T.M.C. Asser Press.
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This book is basically giving by international legal standards, what palestinians have a right to due to the course of law and what the israeli government has not allowed them to achieve. Noam Chomsky said it best when he defined the hypocrite as refusing to apply to themselves the same standards it applies to by: 8.
The occupation of Palestine presents problems but international law has never allowed occupation to undermine statehood. Statehood has become the ransom price Palestine must pay Israel and the United States for concessions on territory, refugees Palestine and international law book by: Palestine, Palestinians and International Law book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A leading US expert applies the norms 4/5. Palestine originated as a Roman name imposed on Jews' land, palaestina, in retribution for Second Jewish Revolt, in an attempt to obliterate the Jewish heritage of the land.
Palaestina referred to the Philistines, ancient enemies of the Jews. The reason that there are no customer reviews on this book, Reviews: 4. "The Case for Palestine is a concise, well written book with invaluable summary of historical background for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
John Quigley’s dispassionate analysis and presentation of unbiased historical facts from credible sources overwhelmingly serves to educate and inform any s: 8. Palestine, Palestinians and International Law By Professor Francis Boyle as very competently translated into Arabic by Dr D.
Alash’al traces not only the emergence of the idea of a Palestinian State but how it developed into a potent political and cultural fact. Palestine and International Law: Essays on Politics and Economics. This collection of thirteen essays explains and analyzes the conflict between the Government of Israel and the Palestine Authority over the granting of sovereignty to Palestinians from the point of view of international law.
Specialising in Public international law, especially its relation to the Israel/Palestine situation; theory of international law; international humanitarian law; the law and practice of the International Court of Justice, he is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the European Journal of International Law, and of the Commissioning Panel of the AHRB/ESRC Religion and Society Reviews: 1.
This book provides a comprehensive survey of the international legal principles related to the Palestinian struggle for self-determination: starting with the League of Nations awarding the Mandate for Palestine to Britain after the First World War; through the partition of the Palestine Mandate by the United Nations after the Second World War; to the Palestinian Declaration of.
"Palestine, Palestinians and International Law provides a comprehensive survey of the international legal principles related to the Palestinian struggle for self-determination - from the League of Nations Mandate for Palestine awarded to Britain after WWI, through the partition of the Palestine Mandate by the United Nations after WWII, the Palestinian Declaration of an Independent State inthe diplomatic recognition of the Palestinian.
The spread of COVID to Palestine is also an important reminder to the international community and Israel that Palestinian human rights, including the rights to life and health, must be protected. Though other texts on law and Palestine argue that law is subject to power, Erakat reasons that if this argument is taken to its logical end – that is, that power determines the law – the law is a fiction.
“If law is just an apology for power, we would have long abandoned it,” she says. “It would be a site of protest. The Palestine Yearbook of International Law is an unparalleled reference work for legal matters about and related to Palestine.
The Yearbook regularly features English-language articles reviewing contemporary legal questions as well as translations of key legislation, court decisions, and academic material.
Moreover, in the prolegomenon of the paper written by Victor Kattan, under “International law and the Origins of the Israel-Palestine Conflict, New Approaches, New Findings,” Kattan uses the contextualized approach in writing the history of the Israeli-Palestininian conflict.
Translations of this item: Under relevant international law, a true state must always possess the following specific qualifications: (1) a permanent population; (2) a defined territory; (3) a government; and (4) the capacity to enter into relations with other states.
Palestine, Palestinians and International Law by Francis A. Boyle 29 March Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa The Big Lie Chicago Entebbe Lecture The American-Israel Society of International Standing in solidarity with the Palestinian People Suing for Sabra and Shatilla Creating the Palestinian State Etc.
Sparring with Jordan. Justice for Some offers a new approach to understanding the Palestinian struggle for freedom, told through the power and control of international law.
Focusing on key junctures—from the Balfour Declaration in to present-day wars in Gaza—Noura Erakat shows how the strategic deployment of law has shaped current conditions. A leading US expert applies the norms and standards of international law to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, addressing Palestinian statehood, the negotiation and failure of the Oslo Accords, the status of Jerusalem, the Al Aqsa Intifada, the right of return, human rights violations, war Author: Francis A.
Boyle. Palestine, Palestinians and International Law, review of his book by Ghada Talhami, Arab Studies Quarterly (ASQ), Summer, Audio [ edit ] Radio interview by Robert W.
McChesney on UIC Media Matters program Decem A new book by Noura Erakat, Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine, illustrates the folly of this position. A human rights attorney and professor of Africana studies at Rutgers University, Erakat argues that international law has, on balance, done more to entrench Israel’s settler colonialism than impede it.
International Law, Israel, and Palestine. Read related articles. Excerpted from “The International Laws of Belligerent Occupation” by Professor of International Law Francis Boyle. Belligerent occupation is governed by The Hague Regulations ofas well as by the Fourth Geneva Convention ofand the customary laws of belligerent occupation.Author: Mutaz Qafisheh By the end of British rule in Palestine on 14 MayPalestinian nationality had become well established in accordance with both domestic law and international law.
Accordingly, the legal origin of Palestinian nationality lies in this nearly thirty-year period as the status of Palestinians has never been settled by: 3.The Palestine Question in International Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The question of Palestine has been a pivotal o.